Alternative therapies enable the body to heal itself and bring it back to homeostasis (balance). By working over meridians (pathways in the body) or chakras (energy centres) or using pressure on certain areas on the feet, blocked energy is released and the client is left feeling relaxed and rebalanced.
The words alternative therapies and complementary therapies can mean the same but there is a difference. Alternative therapies means the therapies are used as stand-alone treatment whereas complementary therapies are used in conjunction with medical treatment from the GP or hospital.
Contact Liz at Orchid Therapies
Liz Williams is a professionally trained (ITEC) complementary and beauty therapist, specialising in wellbeing treatments and intimate waxing. To find out more about any of our treatments or to book an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text or telephone 07796 270 162 today.